The Chryslus Rocket 69 is a fancy sports car with a design optimized for aerodynamics, and was advertised on billboards as "The first car to break the sound barrier" in 2069. It has a low overall profile with wedged front and a tapered, boat-like nose, and can seat only one person under an all-glass bubble top. Rather than a typical steering wheel found in other pre-war vehicles, the Rocket 69 appeared to have been controlled using a joystick, and the gauges replaced with a single large screen, the steering being representive of the Firebird 3, a concept car in 1959. It also slightly resembles the Firebird 3 with its low, lean design.
Despite being a supposedly high-end sports car, it is a common appearance in the Commonwealth.
Its billboard ads claim of "being able to break the sound barrier" would mean it is capable of attaining a road speed of higher than 767 mph, although it is likely hyperbole as being able to attain such a speed in a civilian car would be immensely impractical and impossible for a number of reasons.